In a post earlier today, her colleague, Yomi Fabiyi, said: “TOYIN NOW FINE: I thank you all for your love and concern. @aimakhutoyin is now very much fine and safe from any danger. I was able to re-assure her of
the love and understanding her friends, fans and loved ones have towards her at this trying times. A mature person who understands depression or emotional trauma knows at some point you don’t have absolute control on your actions though I underline that self control is key. It is easy to be a critic from the sideline. As yoruba will say “eni ija o de ba loun pe ra e l’okunrin (until you are faced with similar situation, it is easy to boast such thing can’t happen to you). Pardon my language.
She reliably informed that at no point was she kidnapped by anyone as I with her now, safe and sound, and I do hope this put to rest that allegations and we can all move on from that episode, apologies to whoever feel slighted. Toyin is a strong woman, vibrant and ready to re-connect with her work, family, friends and fans as soon as possible, she now have her phones back and ready for work. I am proud to have Toyin as a friend and a colleague. She has a heart of gold, kind, supportive and I cannot just keep quiet when I realized she was missing and not reachable for 3days, under normal circumstances as a friend one should be concerned.
Apologies if anyone feel angered that we are involved in this to this level, deeply sorry and please do accept this plea. We remain committed to our talents that gives us joy, attention and livelihood more than any other means. To this end, we will appreciate if she can be allowed time to recover fully. I appeal that her privacy should be respected at this point. Many thanks for your understanding, concerns and all those that contributed in whatever capacity.”